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AbstractMyopia, or short-sightedness, is a highly prevalent refractive disorder in which the eye's focal length is too short for its axial dimension in its relaxed state. High myopia is associated with increased risks of blinding ocular complications and abnormal eye shape. In addition to consistent findings on posterior segment anomalies in high myopia (e.g., scleral remodeling), more recent biometric and biomechanical data in myopic humans and animal models also indicate anterior segmentdoi:10.1038/s41598-021-84904-4 pmid:33750851 pmcid:PMC7943770 fatcat:3bl2qvpbgndkfdvld7ufh2lej4